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IWn J Wivjl- EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1S01,
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'SAVE YOUR PHOTOS.
The process of binding pic
tures under glass is made so
1 simple by the introduction o.
k the Gummed Binding Paper
that anyone can do it.
It will afford a pleasant even
ing's occupation and save your
photos from ruin, to get what
you require at KING BROS,
and do the work yourself.
Full stock in any shade.
Call and see us before buying
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monu
mental Co., Ltd.
(EL 187 MAIN.
.76 KINO ST.
MAKES FRESH DAILY
Home Made Pies, same as your mother
made, In mlnceapple, peach, berry, lemon,
pumpkin and cream. They are superior
to any purchased elsewhere, and all hot at
to o'clock a. m. Our Hot Doughnuts are
simply parexcellenceand ready at 6 o'clock
a..m. Try some wltn your momlnc coffee.
Cream Puffs and Chocolate Eclairs ready
at it o'clock a. m, delicious. We serve
Hot Coffee, Tea or Chocolate with Hot
Buns, Snails, or Douchr.u'.s, a light break
fast for 10 cents only. CoU Sliced lUm
lunch, assorted, for working men, only 15
COMMENCING JUNE lt we will
sell 30 loaves of our bread for dne dollar.
Please call up PHONE 74 and send In
J. OSWALD LUTTED,
Is a Refrigerating preparation for Iron Roofs, it reduces the
temperature fully 15 degrees and preserves the iron from
rust, and we guarantee it to last for years. All we ask is a
trial, we guarantee satisfaction. It is a3 cheap or cheap:P
than any of the so-called Roof Paints now on the market.
While they make the roof better, " Arabic " will make them
cooler. If you buy the " Arabic " and put it on yourself, it
will cost you about ic per square foot ; if you want us to
furnish "Arabic", labor, etc., It will cost you from i.'cto
2c per square foot, according to the size of roof. We are also
agents for the celebrated Liquod Slate, a preparation for pre
California Feed Co.
Enjoyed Outing in Coun
try and at the
Y. W. C. A. CELEBRATED.
Central Union's Usual Picnic at Pu-
nahou Methodists at Cassidy
Place Christian Church
and Others. , ,
Besides being a race day, yesterday
was nlto given up to picnics by thb
Sunday schools of tho city. Fortunate
ly, tho sun was shining brightly and
everything went off most successfully,
There were between S00 and 1000
children present at'tlie picnic of Cen
tial Union on the grounds of Oahit
College. The assembly at the church
began about 9 o'clock. A little while
longer, they were on their way to the
grounds. Upon arrival there, they Im
mediately spread themselves out over
the lawn and began the playing of all
manner ot delightful games whllo
members of the church arranged tho
luncheon and put cverlhlng Into shnpo
for the noonday repast. These ladles
were Mrs. Eello Jones, Mrs. Angus,
Mrs. Catc, Mrs, llrock. Miss Hall, J. U.
Athcrtou, C. M. Cooke, P. C. Jones. A.
1'. Neweomb and Ilev. J. P. Erdman.
The tcda water stand was presided
over by II. V. Wlchman, Clarence
Cooke, and A. T. Brock, while the
lemonade wai. In charge of F. J. Low
rey and Chief Justlco Frear.
A very pleasant touch to the picnic
was the pietenco of a number of Ja
panese children, attractively dressed In
the ccntume of their country. They
were attended by their parents.
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Expansion Systems !
The Illustration refects the operation of
building a stack of sections and Indicates
the practical results of " Expansion."
The busy man should not fail
to investigate this up-to-date
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
Of iome other ktnJ cl BUcuIt or Water tuch a
Rents H M
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
Just r.c.lv.i fr.fth ihlpoient ot tht .bgve at
H. MAY & CO.'S, Ltd,
Telephones 22, 24 and oz. P. O Box 386
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIEWS.
Shriners are welcome to visit our
gallery and see the
Whose mothers are delighted with
the way their little ones chuckle
when they see their Taroena food
coming. Baby doesn't wake up In
the middle of the night now and
bawl for an hour or two. Why ?
Because mamma feeds him : : : :
duilng the day. It makes baby fat
and htalthy. Mamma takes Taro
ena Food herself, every morning
for breakfast, because It aids her
digestion and fits her to bring up
her little ones. Just try It.
The members of the Y. W. C. A. held
their outing at the home of Mrs. Ho
bron, a member of the Association, In
Walklkl. Mr. Drown, secretary of
the Y. V. C. A. and a number of ladles
were on the ground ns early as
o'clock And It was but n short time
later that all who had ruado plans to be
present, v.iro In attendance.
The ladlis had along with them their
fancy work and eewlng and those u ho
did not (Are to bathe, contented them
selves with sitting under tho trees,
, letting nnd discussing various sub
jects or interest to tno Association.
At noontime a delightful luncheon
T.as served and the ladles gave them
selves over to tho plcnant occupation
of eating. The afternoon was another
series of pleasant happenings and It
v;as not until evening and tea had been
served, that the ladles went Into the
hoiiEo. It was 10 o'clock beforo the
guests departed for home. Among those
present were the following: Mrs. II. C.
Brown, Mrs. Q. H. Berry, Misses Ber
tha nnd Dcra.Heltman, Miss Jennie C.
Carlson, Mies Lena I'ilklngton, Miss
Avilla, Miss Mary Avllln, Miss
Thomas, Miss Beermun, Miss Sophia
lieerman, Mies Mario ileerman. Miss
Coomlit, Mlts Schnoor, Miss JCcany,
Mrs. C'ailhon. Miss Tmlly Carlson,
Mrs. V. nider. Mrs.'l.. M. Robertson,
Miss A. Alice Allen. Miss Frances Law
rence, Miss Ornce Barrett, Miss Cora
V. Pannbaker, Miss Lucy M. Lorlng.
Miss Carrie E. Bray, Miss Mabel U.
Barlow. Mist, L. A. Bagwell, Miss L. J
Blols and H. C. nrown,
TEL. MAIN 1.9.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CONNER KINO AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICH UOU8B G00D8
Rtc.lv.4 ty Ev.ry Steim.r.
Even before 9 o'clock, children of
the Methodist Sunday school begnn to
otsemble nt tho church on Beretnnla
street. A half an hour later, It was
found that In the neighborhood of two
hundred picnickers had nssembled In
csrrlageb nnd on horseback and bl
cycles. Others used street cars ns a
means of transportation and all wend,
ed their way toward the homo of John
Cassidy In Walklkl.
Immediately upon arilvnl, there was
rush far the bath Iioiircs and. In less
time than It takes to tell thero was a
scrambling, shouting crowd of happy
yoiUH'sters disporting themselves In
the ivauf. Those who did not care to
0 Into the water, played exciting
games under the cooling shade of the
At neon time came the halt for the
luncheon which was arranged and serv
ec" by Mrs. Georgo L. Pearson, Mrs.
L'rynnt, Mrs. KeVns. Mrs. Johnston,
Mrs. John Moore, Mrs. O'Connel, Mrs,
Fred Smith, Mrs. Coyni. Mrs. Walker,
Mrs. niveiibcrg nnd Mis. Downing. At
about 1:30 o'clock In the nftornoon, thp
gay jdcnlcers returned to town.
The picnic uf tho Christian church
Sunday school took placo on the
grounds of W. W. Hall at Pearl Har.
bor. Pour or five carloads went down
the rond. Together with tho Central
church children went others from tho
Japanese Mission at Palama and the
Mollllll and Kallhl churches. A most
enjoyable time was spent.
Tho Portuguese Protestant church
Sunday t-chuol held its picnic nt the
Pearl City residence of U. F. Dillingham.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
There was no quorum at the regular
meeting of the Chamber of Commerco
Wllhelm D, Schmidt, a native of Ger
many, was made a cltlicn of the Unttd
td States today by Judge Estce
Miller's "Buffet" tha Lest Milwaukee
Beer only 'f 2.25 per, dozen quarts at
Hoffschlacger Co.'s, King near Bethel,
J, C. Quln'n made a, good record yes
terday at the races. He drove In four
heats and came under the wire each
time In the lead.
It was stated this afternoon that At
torney De Bolt went to Walluku today
to take the place of Attorney Dals ta
"The Creation" chorus rehearsal with
orchestra, on Thursday, Juno 14 at
7:15 p. m. in Pauahi hall. All members
are urged to be present.
Director Plver requests that the Ilea
lanl minstrel boys be at the Opera
House tomorrow night at 7:30 to re
hearse for the Saturday night performance.
If there Is anything wrong with your
Kodak or camera, take it around to the
repair shops ot the HONOLULU PHO
TO SUPPLY CO., they will make is
new for you.
Sam Lederer has Just gotten in his
annual stock of fireworks In prepara
tion for the Fourth of July. This in
cludes a big lot of Hags, bunting, etc.
Sec his nd for particulars.
Tho big four-mastel bark Olympic
after a splendid trip of 10 days from
San Francisco arrived esterday. Cap
tain Olbbs is accompanied on tho trip
by his wife and tour children.
Medal play was Indulged In on the
golf links at Moaualua yesterday.
There were eight players. Sinclair of
Theo. H, Davles & Co., one of the han
dicap men, won by a score ot 93.
Captain Wlnne, formerly In com
mand of the American ship St. Fran
cis and lately with the ship It. D.
Illcc burned In China, Is a passenger
for the Coast In the Carlylc City.
A new seven room house, modern
plumbing. Is for rent on Wilder ave
nue next Alexander street, nt low
rental. Also furnished cottage nlth
piano. See For Kent column on page 8.
Donald E. Cruzan, son ot llev, J. A.
Cruzan ot IIllo. left for his home In
tho Kinau this morning. The young
man has been attending school at Oahtl
College for the last two years, but ex
pects to go to tho Coast next fall.
There will be a meeting of Mystic
Lodge, No. 2, K. P., this evening, for
the transaction ot important business;
work In tho second rank. All brothers
ore earnestly requested to be present
and visiting brothers cordially Invited.
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth was In
charge of the pollco at the park yester
day. Tho crowd was well lichaed and
tho police bnd but llt'Io to do. How
ever, tho odlccrs kept their eyes wide
open and what little theie was to be
done, was dono In good shape.
The Customs House Inspectors nnd
guards on day duty nro trying to havo
permission granted them to have their
uniforms mado of duck or khaki. They
suffer greatly from the heat of the
warm blue cloth uniforms which the
regulations require them to wear.
Mthough there were In tho neigh
borhood of fifty cases In the Police
Court this forenoon, there were not
many of Importance. Geo. Summers
and Ah Loy were each fined $23 und
costs on the charge of keeping a
gambling house. Cheo Ko and Chun
Keo pleaded guilty u the charge of
selling liquor without a llcenso nnd
were lined $100 nnd costs each. Thero
wcro fourteen cases of drunkenness.
Tho delay In the arrival of the pro
grams for the minstrel performance at
tho Opera House lait night wns In no
way duo to any fault on tho part of the
Healanl boys who had tho matter In
hand. It appears that tho printing
olllco In charge of the Job Intended do
ing It yesterday but tho printers did
not care to work on n legal holiday
nnd so did not appear on tho scene. It
was not until the afternoon was well
along that enough men to nttend to
the Job could be secured. Tho programs
wcro very cleverly gotten up.
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The Right Shoe
In the Right Place
At the Right Time
Is our GYMNASIUM OXFORD,
both In Ladies' and Men's.
The established regulation shoe
In all Athletic Clubs, light, easy
and veiy springy : : : : :
LADIES' SI. 50
McINERNY SHOE STORE
Great Boys' : :
We are now offering great induce
ments in Boys' Wash Suits, we call
attention tliat our "lU'gatta Brand"
$y -' . 1'-tr "
suits rire the top notch of perfection,
far superior to any other make for
wear, quality, perfect fit and style
Mothers, do not miss this chancel
Every suit guaranteed fast color.
A cup of hot co ft co Is an .unfailing
barometer, If you allow a lump of sugar
to drop to the bottom of tho cup and
wntch tho air bubbles nrlso without dls
turblng tho coffee. If the bubbles col
Icct In tho middle, tho weather will bo
nne; if thoy ndhero to the cup, form.
Ins a ring. It will either rain or snow;
and If tho bubbles separate without
assuming nny fixed position, change
able weather may bo expected.
Boys' Gala'.ea Blouse Suits, deep
sailor collar. Former price $1.50,
special 61.15. Sizes of this lot
7 to 12 years.
Bays.' Gilatei Blouse Suits, sailor
collar trimmed with white wash
bralJs. Greatest value ever offer
ed. Former price 82.00, special
61 BO. S'zes 8 to 12 years.
Complete assortment of Mothers'
Friend Boys' Waists. Unlaundred
and hundred In white and colored.
Boys' Knee Pants. Just opened
500 pairs. Scotch Tweed. Special
at 75c 11 palp.
PATFNT SHIRT WAIST.
If flu Ham earn tt JVn off tithtr hj
ll'athtitg or Weattmg.
The Mother's Frttml does away en
tit rly with the tewing on of Duttoni.
It Is fcupptled with an adjustable belt,
which it easily taken olT when the
waist It washed: the button are
rivltfd on the belt, consequently can
not be torn oil, either la wearing,
viufclng or Ironing,
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
PORT STREET, PROQRESS
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, June 12, tool.
NAME OF STOCK
C Brwr ft Company
NS FachsDG.Co, Lid
l.U. Ktrr & Co., LtJ.
E Plant it Ion Co ....
Hamoa Plantation Co..
Hawaiian Com.ftSu Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co ..
Honomu Sugar Co ,,
Ha'ku Sugar Co .....
Kahuku Plantation Co
KirtfiPlant.Co.Ltl, at I
Klahulu Sugar Co.
Kona sugar v
0.. at. 1
" " el up
uanu sugar -o . .
Onomea Sugar Co. ...
Ookata Sugar Plan. Co
Olowalu Coirrany. .
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill. ..
Pala Plantation Co....
Pcptko Sugar Co . .
Pioneer Mill Co.. ..
Walalua Agr, Co.. as
WaUnat Company ...
Walluku Sucar Co .
IWalmanalo Sugai Co
Wllir StaamahlB Co .
interltanJ Mtam Pf.lo
Hawaiian tlKtrlc Co
Hon. 3tam Launjrv. .
Mutual Telephone t-o-
vinu nj x ban J .u. .t,
ffopit t ict at k 1 g v.o
Flrtt NitfnnAl link
Hawaiian Gov t per cent
Hawa'lan Gov. $ rer cent
HiIqM. R. Co. 6 percent
Hon wipil Transit.
Ewa Plantal n 6 rr cent
uanu Plantation ope
Olaa Plantation 6 p c
Walalua Agrlcut. 6 pc
SALES 100 Walalua. ioo.oo: icoWal-
alua, 100.00; 100 Walalua, 100.00; 5 Wat
alua, 100.00; 5 Walalua, ico.co; 10 Ewa,
WILLARD E. tltOWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stock
ana ronJs carefully and promptly executed.
DURING mv temporary absence Mr.
Elmer E. Paxton will act for me under
full power of attorney.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Po'stoffice Box 300. Telephone 169.
JUDD & CO.
Fire and Life Insurance
Stock and Bond Brokers
Rents and Bills Collected
JVlclNERNY BLOCK. FORT ST.
307 Stangewald Building
H. O. BOX C6t.
Drs. Mori and Kobayashi
Nl to Pacific Cljb.
, KOBAVASIII, M l. IOA MODI, M D.
Stoioa, m. 10 to 11. , m.
3 to 6 p.m. (.xc.pt Surijy) ftofp m,
PACIFIC CARRUGE GO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
IJp-to-dute llncks and
AT ALL HOUPS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager.
; Novel Ceremonies by
Lovers of the King
I The rnott novel feature ot tho many
sided observance of Knmcliamchn Day
1 was the tributo paid to the memory of
J the Kreat king by a bund of aged nu
I tles. Tho ceremony took pUco III
I the Juillclary eroumlR befovo tho
I bronze ttutuo of Kamelnmchi I, I'low-
trp wire huns unnn the stAtun and
songb were chanted. TUP unusual pru
ctedings attracted a larEo crowd of
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